The Old Ways

The concept was simple: Go to three of Fort Lauderdale’s great longstanding restaurants and ask their head chefs to select and create a dish from Fort read more >

Mayo on Food

Mike Mayo arrived at the Sun-Sentinel in 1989, figuring he’d stay about five years. Nearly three decades later, he’s taken his reporter’s notebook eve read more >

From Beach Town to Downtown

Several hotel developers have pounced on opportunities to build in the downtown area, where a Hampton Inn and the historic Riverside Hotel have had th read more >

A Long Walk

Fort Lauderdale continues to experience rapid, sustained population growth. The question isn’t whether the city will continue changing into a more urb read more >

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The concept was simple: Go to three of Fort Lauderdale’s great longstanding restaurants and ask their head chefs to select and create a dish from Fort Laud
Mike Mayo arrived at the Sun-Sentinel in 1989, figuring he’d stay about five years. Nearly three decades later, he’s taken his reporter’s notebook everywhe
Fort Lauderdale continues to experience rapid, sustained population growth.
Several hotel developers have pounced on opportunities to build in the downtown area, where a Hampton Inn and the historic Riverside Hotel have had the mar
For more than 60 years, The Yankee Clipper has been one of the most striking and popular hotels on Ft. Lauderdale Beach, even if the hotel shaped like a sh
Pompano-based Steven G. has built a worldwide interior design reputation, but he started from the bottom. Today he has an empire – and advice for people lo